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Haiku my Heart #52 ~ Golden Glow

I saved my golden glow
for darkened days of doubting.
Doubt bows low to light.

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carol l mckenna said…
fantastic photo ~ and wise haiku ~ love it ~namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor) ~ enjoy the weekend ^_^
Priti Lisa said…
A truly wondrous haiku and photo.
I had to read it over a few times, it was that perfectly written.
Laura said…
beautiful photographed and penned.
peggy gatto said…
Perfect match of words and photo!!!
Annie Jeffries said…
Light will always win the day.
Lea said…
Just lovely in word and image, so grateful for this beauty glow...
This is good, good, good! I am applauding the bowing of doubt to the light! Delightul!

Waiting for the Women
somepinkflowers said…
oh my---->

'''Doubt bows low to light.'''

this is The Best Sentence

one of them certainly.

A great peace rushes through me as I look closely at your golden glow photo and read your words.
Marit said…
This is, without a doubt, a beautiful haiku!
Spadoman said…
What wonderful beautiful sentiment. Makes me feel good inside, like a healing thought. You are a beautul soul.

Unknown said…
just so beautiful Sue!

rebecca said…
your haiku infuses me with peace.
may you be the golden glow...may you be the peace.

loving you from afar.
Unknown said…
on of my faves!

beautiful painterly pic, and excellent sentiment.

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